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Objective of study
The study highlights how BBMP can implement energy efficiency measures in building in co-ordination with BESCOM. Achieve energy efficient and reliable electrical system design for buildings. Also the guide line should have compliance with the existing BESCOM regulations.
operation and maintenance Adherence to laid down procedures with accountability . installation.Necessity of proper Electrical system design are: Safety of life and property including equipment. protection. Reliability of system input supply and tolerance limit of interruptions Flexibility of plant distribution system Location of the plant sub-station and its deployment Data of electrical equipment. regulation and initial cost including capitalisation Simplicity /flexibility of operation and maintenance Overall cost including running cost Providing quality service Technical parameters and specifications in construction.
Guidelines on optimization of electrical load load in kW and demand in kVA diversity factor load characteristics future expansion Future demand forecasting and planning (building expansion plans). Calculation of short circuit analysis and selection of correct rating for circuit breaker with review of selection of protective devices. . Determination of the voltage level required for the building.
Rule 100 MW and above Between (10 .50 MW) Between (1 to 10 MW) Up to 50 kW Extra High High Medium/Low . 440 Volts Voltage Class as per I.Classification of Voltage Preferences Industry Preferred Incoming Voltage Level 220 kV 132 .E.66 kV 33 .11 kV 3 φ.
of the transformer is designed at the loading in the range of 45 to 50% of' its full load capacity. The capacity of the transformers should be so selected that if one of the transformers fails. . the remaining transformer shall ensure supply to the equipments without undue overload. The building should be supplied from two independent sources. where continuity of supply is required.Guidelines on Transformer Rating and Selection Normally maximum efficiency.
6 4.6 3 NA 4.3 1.5 1.1 1.8 0.7 7.4 22.3 5.8 2.5 7.6 9.1 Total losses at 50% loading kW 1.9 5.3 3.1 1.7 3.2 2.6 5.5 5.9 1.3 3.3 16 18.8 2.6 11.5 Max.5 4 4.5 6. losses at 50% loading kW 0.6 0.5 0.6 2 3 3.5 23 Total losses at 100% loading kW Up to 11 kV 100 160 200 250 315 400 500 1000 1250 Up to 22 kV .5 1.6 1600 2000 2500 4.1 6.8 12 15 18.4 13.9 NA 1. losses at 100% loading kW 0.4 6.8 0.ECBC recommended losses for oil cooled transformer Rating kVA Max.5 2 2.
Guidelines on selection of Electrical Motors IS 12615 for Energy Efficient motors is the benchmark figures for efficiency. which incur lower energy losses compared with standard motors. More care is taken with the design and geometry of the motor construction. . The high efficiency motors have been improved in four areas: Longer core lengths of low loss steel laminations to reduce flux densities and iron losses Maximum utilization of the slots and generous conductor sizes in the stator and rotor to reduce copper losses Careful selection of slot numbers and tooth/slot geometry to reduce stray losses Less heat is produced by a more efficient motor so the cooling fan size is reduced. High efficiency motors are usually manufactured from materials. This leads to lower windage losses and therefore less waste power.
Restricting no load operation of motors. Improving motor repair quality. Installation of Capacitors .Guidelines on improvement of Power factor Methods of improving Power factor Streamlining of the process by improving the electrical performance of the plant. Replacement of under loaded motors with motors of correcr rating. Replacing induction motors by synchronous motors of equal rating wherever possible. Replacement or relocation of under loaded transformers. Reduction of voltage of motors which are regularly under loaded.
which allows a record over a period of time to be obtained.continued Measurement of power factor by a direct-reading for Power factor meter for an instantaneous value a recording VAr meter. Readings taken over an extended period provide a useful means of estimating an average value of power factor for an installation. of current. Necessity of having good power factor Power factor improvement allows the use of smaller transformers. as well as reducing power losses and voltage drop in an installation. etc. switchgear and cables. voltage and power factor. .
. The parameters that affect the cable losses are mainly cable resistance. power factor and voltage levels. Losses In-plant cable losses are in the range of 1% to 4 %.Guidelines on distribution system losses The distribution losses in the system are mainly on account of the losses in the cables and bus bars.
. Drawing of this should be available at site and should be preserved at sub-stations. All cable ends should be suitably labelled to facilitate easy identification. For cables. In all control cables adequate number of spare cores should be included. IS:962-1965 and IS:3043-1966 standards.continued Cable laying should be done strictly in accordance with carefully and systematically planned schedule. use IS:12551958.
Good power system control obtained when operated in parallel with the utility supply system Possibility of heat and electrical energy generation (Cogeneration) resulting in energy conservation and reduced energy cost. . free from utility power breakdown and grid disturbances. etc. less interruptions in process restart etc.Guidelines on Power back up systems Captive power generation offers the following advantages: Continuous availability of power... Excess electrical energy generation can be supplied to the utility grid and earning income/ wheeling charges. leading to better productivity.
A SEGR of 4 kWh/l is said to be an efficient design. . Peak Loading Mode The specific energy generation ( SEGR) of the DG sets varies with size and loading on the DG sets.Modes of operation of DG sets Standby Power supply Mode (Emergency Power Supply): Captive power generation set utilised in this mode shall meet the plant part load or total load requirement during the failure of utility power supply.
The efficiency level of the inverters varies from 92 95 % based on the capacity. fails. is an electrical apparatus that provides emergency power to a load when the input power source. typically the utility mains.UPS An uninterruptible power supply. A UPS differs from an auxiliary or emergency power system or standby generator in that it will provide instantaneous or near-instantaneous protection from input power interruptions by means of one or more attached batteries and associated electronic circuitry. or battery back-up. .
11.240 V ±6% Voltage adopted for the system I 50 V < u < 1000 V Distribution system II A II B III C 1 kV < u < 52 kV 52 kV < u < 300 kV U > 300 kV 3. 132. 6. 33 kV 66.5 % ± 12. 220 kV 400 kV 0. Values Standard Tolerance on Nominal A.3.09 ± 12.C.5 % Subtransmission Transmission Transmission .06-0. Declared System Voltage Voltages Three phase 415 V Single phase .Guidelines on Power Quality Ranges Line-to-Line rms.6.
5 % of the nominal voltage can reduce motor efficiency up to 10 %. .continued The voltage ranges in which the AC installations are classified (as per IS: 12360 1988) Phase to phase voltage imbalances by even 2. The limit of negative phase sequence as per IEC34-1 is 2% of the voltage.
Mandatory clause to be included in the Revised BESCOM regulation The power factor of the building shall not be less than 0. .95 The transformer losses at 50% and 100 % load shall be in accordance with the conditions specified in ECBC 2007.
Compliance Requirement Transformer Provide transformer loss at 50% and 100% load .
Compliance Requirement Transformer ECBC recom mend ed loss at 50% load ECBC recom mende d loss at 100% load Actual loss at 50 % load S No Type Rated kVA Actual loss at100 % load Note – Test certificate from the manufacturer showing above specification needs to be submitted .
3 phases shall maintain their power factor between 0.95 a levy has to be charged as prevailing earlier.01 below 0.Power Factor Correction All electricity supplies exceeding 100A. BESCOM has agreed to implement penalty if the PF maintained is less than 0. Any LT connection having a PF of less than 0. Presently in Bangalore city. It is proposed to increase the PF to such installations to 0. a surcharge of 2 paise per unit consumed will be levied for every reduction of PF by 0.However. and in respect of LT installations the surcharge is limited to a maximum of 30paise per unit. there are penalties for LT connections with PF less than 0. .85. 95 to reduce the Transmission and Distribution losses.95.95 lag and unity at the point of connection.85.
with HT Power supply .Mandatory use of energy efficient transformers Under this project use of energy efficient Transformer. BESCOM to take the initiative to check at the time of giving electricity connection that ECBC compliant transformers are installed in new buildings. for buildings with HT supply has been made as a mandatory regulation.
Any reduction in energy consumption after implementation of the energy saving recommendations within a reasonable time frame should have an incentive to the extant of actual reduction in kWh for the same operating conditions. . The incentive mechanism can be structured in a way that the present energy consumption before commissioning the audit represents the baseline figures.Mandatory Energy audit for commercial buildings above 600kVA BESCOM can provide incentives for commercial establishment to carryout energy audit and reduce the energy consumption.
.Tariff slabs related to Energy Performance Index in place of units. It is being proposed to BESCOM to revise the structure and introduce tariff slabs related to Energy Performance Index in place of units.
35 per KW For the first 50 units For the balance units 505 paise/unit 600 paise/unit . I. Police Stations. Commercial Complexes. based medical transcription centers Fixed charges per month Energy Charges Fixed charges Rs.T.Existing tariff structutre Tariff Schedule LT-3(i) (Low Tension) Applicable to – All offices. Information Technology (IT) enabled services.
35 per KW If consumption is below 505 paise/unit EPI If consumption is higher than EPI 600 paise/unit . Police Stations. I.T. based medical transcription centers Fixed charges per month Energy Charges Fixed charges Rs. Information Technology (IT) enabled services. Commercial Complexes.Proposed tariff structure Tariff Schedule LT-3(i) (Low Tension) Applicable to – All offices.
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